Made in Arts London Artist Appears on TV!

Tasia Graham (BA Illustration and Visual Media, LCC, 2021) appears on Make it at Market at 4:30pm, 13th January.

London College of Communication graduate and Made in Arts London artist, Tasia Graham, is to appear on the new BBC One series Make it at Market, presented by Dom Chinea of The Repair Shop fame!

 

We're so excited to see one of our artists appear on Make it at Market, a new show where budding entrepreneurs and creatives consult industry-leading experts to learn vital skills to help progress their craft from a hobby to a successful business. Tasia, who studied Illustration and Visual Media at LCC, creates stunning physical and digital artwork exploring bold, atmospheric, narrative illustration, using her colourful pallete and fluid, stylised drawing techniques. Find out more about Tasia in her Made in Arts London profile.

 

Tune into BBC One at 4:30pm on 13th January to catch Tasia's appearance, or watch on-demand on BBC iPlayer.

Made in Arts London (MiAL) is a non-profit initiative devoted to nurturing young talent throughout the early stages of their career. Run by the Students' Union (Arts SU) at University of the Arts London (UAL) and instigated by the efforts of ex-students Kate Rintoul and Robyn Minogue in 2011, the organisation aims to support art and design students by putting values into practice.

With UAL playing an instrumental role in the development of the UK’s creative industry, MiAL provides a physical and digital platform that empowers students by showcasing and selling their work – a natural extension of the university.

Connecting young artists and fostering a collaborative way of working results in unique art pieces and therefore a go-to destination for tomorrow’s talents to inspire and be inspired.

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